Safe Sounds adds Futurebirds and Ben Bridwell to November lineup


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Psychedelic country band Futurebirds and Band of Horses vocalist Ben Bridwell will perform at Firefly Distillery as a part of its concert series Safe Sounds. Futurebirds takes the stage Nov. 12 and Bridwell will hop on the mic Nov. 21. The shows on both nights start at 7 p.m.

Safe Sounds is a social-distanced series of outdoor shows where up to four guests share a 10-by-10 foot square during the show.

Tickets are $125 per square and can be obtained at citypapertickets.com. Tickets will go on pre-sale Oct. 29 with the code SAFESOUNDS, and will go on sale to the public Oct. 30.

(Disclosure: City Paper Tickets is a City Paper business.)

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